Independently created EVS disks are data disks. In the disk list, the function of such disks is displayed as Data disk, and the status is displayed as Available. In this case, you need to attach the data disks to servers for use.
Bootable disks are the system disks detached from servers. A bootable disk can be re-attached to a server and be used as system disk or data disk depending on the device name selected.
This topic describes how to attach a non-shared EVS disk to a server. A non-shared EVS disk can be attached to only one server.
The disk list page is displayed.
Return to the EVS disk list page. The status of the EVS disk is Attaching, indicating that the disk is being attached to the server. When the disk status changes to In-use, the disk is successfully attached.
After the disk has been attached to a server, the disk can be used only after you have initialized it. For details, see Introduction to Data Disk Initialization Scenarios and Partition Styles.